CHICAGO (CBS) — As expected, but a little ahead of time, some precipitation was reported around parts of the CBS 2 viewing area Monday night.
The precipitation was very light, with not all of it reaching the ground – and it was falling as snow flurries, drizzle, or mist.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Dry And Not As Hot
The concern is that we could see freezing drizzle as temperatures drop during the overnight and into the early morning hours. This could cause slippery conditions on untreated surfaces and ice up car windows.READ MORE: Massive Chemical Plant Fire In Rockton, Illinois, Could Burn For Days
This freezing drizzle can be accompanied by a little snow. We also expect the possibility of a little lake-enhanced snow.MORE NEWS: Chicago’s Speed Cameras Churn Out Hundreds Of Thousands Of Tickets After Rule Change
Wednesday brings more cloudy skies and some flurries continue. Temperatures will be seasonable, in the low to mid-30s. The normal high for the date is 31.